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Organic Vermicelli

Sale price£0.30

Avg. Size 500g
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Crafted from the finest organic durum wheat, our vermicelli is a versatile staple for traditional and contemporary dishes. It's perfect for creating authentic Italian pasta dishes, Asian stir-fries and soups.

Organic Vermicelli
Organic Vermicelli Sale price£0.30

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  • Carb Dense

    Carbs sustains energy for body and mind, vital for daily activities.

  • B Vitamins

    B Vitamins fuel metabolism, sustains energy levels for a vibrant, active lifestyle.

  • Iron

    Iron combats fatigue, supports oxygen transport for sustained vitality and energy.


  • Harvested In


  • Min. Shelf Life

    12 months

  • Allergens


  • How to store

    In a cool dry place

Triticum durum

Short strands with a satisfying chew. Often used in soups and stews, adding texture and thickness to the dishes

Organic Vermicelli, is a traditional Italian pasta made from the finest organic durum wheat semolina. This delicate and slender pasta is a staple in Italian cuisine, known for its versatility and ability to absorb the flavours of any dish it's paired with. Whether you're creating a classic Italian pasta dish or experimenting with fusion recipes, our Organic Vermicelli is the perfect choice. Its slender shape makes it ideal for soups, salads, stir-fries, and casseroles - perfect for weekday cooking.

We're proud of the exceptional quality of our Organic Vermicelli and invite you to experience the difference that premium wholesome organic ingredients can make in your cooking and wellbeing.

Ways to Use Organic Vermicelli

Here are some of our favourite ways to use Organic Vermicelli. From traditional favourites to contemporary twists, these ideas showcase the incredible versatility of the Forrist Organic Vermicelli. Share your creations and join the Forrist community on Instagram #forrist!

Tofu Noodle Salad

In a bowl, mix cooked vermicelli with shredded cabbage, carrots, bell peppers, and pumpkin seeds. Add a tamari-ginger dressing and toss until well combined. Top with grilled tofu for added protein.

Mangetout and Coconut Stir-Fry

Make a quick vibrant plant-based dish by stir-frying cooked organic vermicelli with crunchy mangetout, colourful vegetables, and a luscious coconut sauce. Start by stir-frying mangetout and other vegetables in a wok, then add cooked vermicelli and a blend of coconut milk, tamari soy sauce, and a hint of chilli flakes for rich and aromatic flavour. Garnish with coriander and a squeeze of lime

Mushroom Noodle Soup

In a pot, sauté garlic and ginger, then add sliced shiitake mushrooms and pak choi. Pour in vegetable broth and bring to a simmer. Add cooked vermicelli noodles and season with tamari sauce, sesame oil, and a pinch of chilli flakes. Serve hot, garnished with spring onions and a squeeze of lime.

The History of Organic Vermicelli

Organic vermicelli has a rich history dating back to ancient times, originating in Italy and later spreading to other parts of the world. The word "vermicelli" itself is derived from the Italian word for "little worms," reflecting the pasta's slender, worm-like shape. Traditionally made from durum wheat, organic vermicelli has evolved to include healthier options such as whole wheat and gluten-free varieties. Its heritage is deeply rooted in Mediterranean and Asian cuisines, where it is a staple in dishes like pasta salads, soups, and stir-fries. Today, organic vermicelli continues to be celebrated for its versatility, nutritional benefits, and cultural significance.